ACI’s Arctic Shipping Summit is moving to Hamburg, Germany for its 13th gathering in the series and will take on a new look for December 2018.
ACI are bringing together stakeholders from all parts of the Arctic to discuss their involvement in the ever-changing Northern Shipping Route.
The two day conference will see an assembly of companies and organisations such as coast guards, senior Arctic government officials, shipping companies, LNG projects, lawyers, P&I Clubs, arctic researchers and lecturers and more. This is expected to allow for an interactive and open conference with much networking and discussion.
CommOCEAN 2018 aims to provide communication skills and inspiration to communicators across a range of experience levels. Many sessions are suitable for all, but some elements of the programme will run simultaneously and are tailored for those looking to build their communications skills and to those looking to move their communications to the next level. Delegates should choose the most appropriate sessions for their skills level.
The core programme will offer inspiring and insightful addresses from leaders in marine science communication, presentations and workshops covering communications techniques and platforms, and examples of marine science research communications campaigns. The event will also feature talks on current marine science projects and an exhibition of public engagement materials and techniques.
A wide range of topics will be presented and discussed at the 16th IAIN World Congress®:
– Status of satellite navigation system – GNSS hardware technology – GNSS vulnerabilities – Precise positioning (PPP, RTK) – Atmosphere and space weather – Time and frequency transfer – Indoor and urban positioning – eGNSS, eLORAN and data communication – eNavigation and data communication – Sensor based navigation – Radar technology and navigation – Integrated navigation and algorithm – Aeronautical navigation – Surface navigation – Marine navigation – Intelligent transport system – Surveillance and communication – Fleet management system – Traffic control system – Green navigation – Arctic navigation – Autonomous navigation – Navigation data application: Big Data – Education and training for navigation – Advanced application and future developments
AHORN 2018 – der Alpenraum und seine Herausforderungen im Bereich Orientierung, Navigation und Informationsaustausch.
The annual International Symposium on GNSS has been an open forum for international researchers and practitioners – especially in the Asia Pacific region, to discuss most recent technologies and applications, to exchange innovative ideas and experiences, and to promote future research opportunities in the fields related to Global Navigation Satellite Systems. The symposium, themed “Toward Best Integration of Global Navigation Satellite System and its Applications” aimed at knowledge and information sharing of the development of positioning and GNSS-related science and technology its various applications.
POSNAV 2018 is organised by DGON in cooperation with ESA, DLR, CESAH and Bauhaus Universität Weimar.
The International Technical Symposium on Navigation and Timing also known as the ITSNT, is an annual event organized by CNES and ENAC for professionals and researchers working with or interested in navigation and timing technologies and their use.
This event is composed of two types of sessions:
– “Invited Guest” sessions: special guests are invited by the scientific committee to give a presentation related to the generic topic of the session. Typically, there are 4 guest speakers per session, and the session ends with a round table.
– “Peer Reviewed Paper” sessions: the presenters of these sessions are selected by the scientific committee based on a call for abstracts.
The ITSNT also provides a great environment for networking and visiting our sponsors’ exhibition stands. The symposium includes tutorials given by some of the invited guest speakers on their topic of excellence.
The 2018 edition of the ITSNT will take place on the 13-16 Nov 2018.
The International Navigation Conference, brought to you by the Royal Institute of Navigation, is the premier forum for the presentation of research and advances in navigation. INC2018, the 4th in this annual series, brings together industry, academia, and governments from around the world.
Guest workshop on Model Predictive Control: Concepts, Algorithms, Tools, and Applications.
The 7th Annual World Congress of Ocean-2018 (WCO-2018) will be held in Qingdao during October 29-31, 2018. WCO-2018 is an international event focusing on the current hot topics and major advances in the Field of ocean and aquaculture by attracting experts on a global scale and we will supply the most cutting-edge technology information to you.
The aim of the conference is to bring together leading scientists, engineers, practitioners, business elites, lawers and policy makers from multidisciplinary research and application areas to exchange information on their latest research progress and innovation.
The World Ocean Forum, contributing to the realization of marine powers and aiming for Davos Forum in terms of the ocean, celebrates its 11th anniversary this year. The World Ocean Forum has been developed as a global debate on analyzing various issues and seeking their measures with world-class scholars and marine experts.
In the 11th World Ocean Forum 2017 under the theme of ‘The Ocean, The Economy’ we will seek future strategy to sense the change of the ocean industry and create a new ocean value with IBCA (IoT, Big Data, Cyber Physical System, Artificial Intelligence) platforms in a new paradigm of the fourth industrial revolution.
ESAVS is the globally recognised premier event for emerging civil aviation surveillance technologies and operational applications. ESAVS 2018 will take place in Berlin and will carry forward this momentum. It will focus on international implementation and operational use of surveillance technologies and applications as well as on research and development, deployment and certification.
ESAVS 2018 is dedicated to providing up-to-date information to experts and decision-makers in the world of sensor development, tracking, data fusion, avionics and airport operations as well as air traffic control procedures and technology.
The MELAHA Conference will be held Oct. 1-3 2018 in Cairo, the Call for Papers is now open. The (MELAHA) Navigation Conference is the premier conference, in the Middle East. The theme of this conference is “GNSS THE KEY TO INNOVATION”.
Implementation of new technologies will be demonstrated through an industrial exhibition arranged in parallel to the conference. Representatives of the various international organizations are expected to be participating and some will deliver keynote speeches.
It is Tuesday, 28th May 2030, north of the Canary Islands. After a relaxing night, the first officer enters the idle bridge. A translucent projection on the windows highlights a swarm of unmanned trawlers fishing four nautical miles on port side, while their unmanned sister ship is still following them with two miles distance. Furthermore, a computer voice informs him about two ship encounters that took place during the night, while those are replayed on a tablet next to the captain’s seat. The officer checks the vessel’s position and route, which has slightly shifted to South.
A short videochat with the shore officer in Flensburg, who supervised the vessel during the night, and he has been informed that due to the latest weather forecast the course has been adjusted to avoid an upcoming low pressure system and that the weekly security update for the ECDIS is overdue. Furthermore, he got briefed that the shore office has cross-analyzed fuel injection sensor with the voyage data and detected a decreasing performance. The analyses expects a degrading hull performance, hence a cleaning has been ordered in the next port.
Shortly after this hand-over, he cross checks the event log of the lookout system, before he goes down to the galley. Each Tuesday morning, he there meets the chief onboard administrator for a coffee, before they do the routine security checks on the bridge.
ION GNSS+ is the world’s largest technical meeting and showcase of GNSS technology, products and services. This year’s conference will bring together international leaders in GNSS and related positioning, navigation and timing fields to present new research, introduce new technologies, discuss current policy, demonstrate products and exchange ideas.
Complimentary Short Courses Taught by ION Masters
Short courses will be provided on Monday on a complimentary basis to all paid registrants at ION GNSS+ with the compliments of the Satellite Division and the ION Master Instructors. ION Master Instructors are internationally recognized GNSS experts and educators. All of the ION Masters have generously donated their time and talents to this effort, as a service to the GNSS community, with the ION’s gratitude.
At this symposium the latest state of inertial sensors and navigation systems as well as gyro technology will be presented. This includes applications of this technology, the development of new systems, components and test procedures as well as investigations on cost and marketing aspects.
The International Harbour Masters’ Association (IHMA) is pleased to invite you to submit a 400-600 word abstract of a proposed paper in your area of expertise for the 11th IHMA Congress, to be held in London from the 25th – 28th June 2018.
Addressing the theme ‘Ports – essential for safe, efficient and secure global trade’ the Congress program will be designed to appeal to all those responsible for the safe, secure and efficient conduct of marine operations in ports and industry organisations working with, or within ports across all levels of the industry spectrum.
This is your opportunity to put forward your ideas, case studies and technical research on the innovations that will promote safe, efficient and secure maritime logistics, improve cooperation between ports and ships, develop best practice, and raise global standards for the safety, security and efficiency of ports.
The International Radar Symposium aims to provide a forum for both academic and industrial professionals in radar from all over the world and to bring together academicians, researchers, engineers, system analysts, graduate and undergraduate students with government and non-government organizations to share and discuss both theoretical and practical knowledge. We invite everybody to submit outstanding and valuable original research papers and participate in the technical exhibition during the conference.
This conference is organized back to back with the 19th IALA Conference, in Seoul, only one hour from Incheon. Transportation will be available for the convenience of IALA participants.
IALA holds a general Aids to Navigation Conference every four years. These Conferences may be attended by IALA members and also by non-member Aids to Navigation authorities.
Papers, presentations and discussion address a wide range of Marine Aids to Navigation issues. The work of IALA over the previous four years is also presented. All members are invited to submit papers for discussion.
The Industrial Members’ Committee traditionally organises an Industrial Exhibition in conjunction with the Conference.
IALA traditionally holds the General Assembly in conjunction with the Conference. The IALA work term traditionally spans the four years between Conferences.
The European Navigation Conference 2018 is the premier conference in Europe in the fields of positioning, navigation and timing, with special emphasis on the European Galileo and EGNOS. Through a peer-reviewed manuscript selection process, it will showcase state-of-the art and innovations in the field of terrestrial and satellite-based navigation and its applications. Implementation of new technologies will be demonstrated through an industry exhibition arranged in parallel to the conference.
The conference will comprise technical session, poster sessions, invited keynotes, and a best paper award. The conference strongly emphasizes a quick turn-around time and high quality of the published papers.
The biennial PLANS conference, co-sponsored by the ION and IEEE AESS, features researchers and engineers from around the globe who present their latest work in positioning and navigation technologies.
Presentations range from fundamental research, to applications, to field test results with a particular emphasis on inertial navigation. Technical sessions cover a range of subjects for both beginners and seasoned professionals.
IEEE/ION PLANS 2018 includes a commercial exhibit and pre-conference
Further information about the Congress, will shortly be available on the official Congress website at www.impa2018.com.
This event will provide the opportunity to showcase advanced technology of the oil and gas and the marine sectors. It will also reflect each organizations’ commitment to the marine environment.
Here will be an excellent platform for networking, exchange of information between individuals and companies and creation of business opportunities and strategic partnerships.
Exhibitors and conference participants are anticipated to be members of governments and NGOs, regional and international industry groups.
A very insightful presentation by Captain David Snider, president of The Nautical Institute is anticipated concentrating on effectively increasing eEfficiency and profitability through Arctic corridors. This will consider the following: – infrastructure needs to support shipping growth; – development of NSR becoming passage for international shipping community; – projections for Arctic commercial maritime activity in 2018; – navigation and communication challenges in polar waters; – The Nautical Institute’s role in ensuring ice navigation competency.
Topics to include: – growing changes in Arctic, compliance and market updates; – expectations, growth and sustainability of the Canadian Arctic cruise industry; – effectively increasing efficiency and profitability through Arctic corridors; – developments In Arctic technology to enhance polar shipping; – measures in reducing risks and HFO in the Arctic; – developments and investments in the Arctic; – implications of the Polar Code as a component in risk assessment; – ship design options and solutions to aid in Arctic operations; – maintaining on-board crew competence; – emergency responses in icy wWaters.